securityjamCopyright: Research Institute for European and American Studies ( Publication date: 6 March 2015

The Security Jam Report was officially launched on March 4, 2015 at a debate with General Philip Breedlove, NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe and Ambassador Alain Le Roy, incoming Secretary General of the European External Action Service. RIEAS has been coalition partner and Antonia Dimou's, Senior RIEAS Adviser, recommendations were included in the final report.

The report comes at a time of heightened tension including Russia's confrontation with the West over Ukraine and the new threat posed by the so-called Islamic State. European Union and NATO leaders must act urgently to set up a security organisation in the Middle East, create an EU consensus on immigration, asylum and human trafficking, and open up jobs for women in intelligence operations, according to the 2,300-strong Jam community. The experts also urged the creation of an international 'Cyberpol' agency... Read more

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